Source of information is @军武吐槽 on Weibo.
According to various reports, 2 B-52s and 3 KC-135s of the USAF from Guam attempted to enter the Taiwan Strait, but were intercepted and chased away by 19 PLAAF J-10s. Upon reaching the southern tip of Taiwan, as the B-52s and KC-135s were about to turn around and enter the Taiwan Strait to the north, they ran head-on into the J-10s that were already standing by in the region. After a faceoff, the American warplanes were then forced to flee south.
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If people don't believe that the Taiwan maps are B.S., they should now. How the hell do 19 planes perform a turn like that simultaneously?